For NRS E Series rafts, E stands for Expedition. If you’re one of those diehard boaters who habitually venture out to battle the sharpest rocks, swiftest currents and ugliest conditions, then these absolutely bomber rafts are for you. The tubes and self-bailing floors are built with super heavy-duty 1670-denier /48 oz. Pennel Orca fabric. The entire underside of the boat is then covered with an additional layer of commercial grade HD-40 floor armor. A Pennel Orca wear patch is added on top to protect the tubes from frame chafe. For safety on long trips, the main tubes are divided into four separate air chambers, providing extra security in emergency situations. Trouble-free Leafield C7 valves ensure easy inflation while a Leafield A6 pressure relief valve protects the floor. Built to be outfitter tough, this may be the last raft the private boater will ever need to buy.
The NRS E130 and E136 are the most compact E-Series boats, meant for small volume rivers
The NRS E140 and E150 are the most versatile sizes, meant for average volume rivers with paddle crews or frame rigs.
The NRS E160 and E180 are the big gear haulers, meant for large volume rivers like the Colorado.
*NRS also has several variations on these sizes in the E-Series, like the 161, 142, Nez Perce, Hualapai, Cheyenne, Dodger XL, etc. We can special order any of these boats that you may be interested in. Call for more info.*
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